About the Downtown Phoenix campus Library

The Downtown Phoenix campus Library, one of seven ASU Library locations, is located in the Information Commons in the lower level of the University Center building (411 N. Central Ave.). The full rich research collection of the entire ASU Library, both in print and online, is provided through the library. Students, faculty, and staff have access to over 275 research databases and almost 50,000 full text electronic journals which are available both on and off campus. Over 25,000 books and other research resources focusing on materials of particular interest to majors in the anchor fields taught at the Downtown Phoenix campus are available onsite, with ready access to the over four million volumes in the ASU Library. In addition, our expert librarians are available to provide personalized research assistance.

Group study rooms equipped with white boards and video projectors are available in the Information Commons and provide a great opportunity to collaborate and interact with other students. A few group study rooms have computers and DVD/VHS players. There are over 65 computers available for student access, including 10 dual boot iMACs and several workstations for students with disabilities.

During the Fall and Spring semesters, the library is typically open 86 hours per week; including being open until 11 pm Monday-Thursday (see the library hours).